Is this programme for me?
This programme suits those who are considering a career as an
artist and/or a general career within the arts.
Examples of arts careers include: artist, art therapist,
curator, gallerist, arts consultant, arts journalist, gallery
manager, art dealer, technician, teacher, writer, film maker, arts
administrator, workshop leader etc.
What will I study?
The programme is divided into three parts. The exploratory stage
is delivered by practical workshops and short intense projects. The
pathway stage gives room for more personal devlopment within longer
projects. The confirmatory stage involves one major project,
decided and planned by the student in conjunction with the course
"Skills for Life" subjects Mathematics and English, are embedded
within the course program and are structured so as to assist the
student's development and professional arts practice.
What can I do next?
This programme is primarily aimed at progression to degree level
studies but can also lead to employment within the arts and
What are the entry requirements?
You should have or expect to have a minimum of three AS levels
(including a visual arts subject) and/or a BTEC 90 Credit Diploma
in Art, Design or Fashion at Merit or above. However, entry
requirements are flexible if you can demonstrate a high standard of
experience and interest in the creative arts.
You will be asked to present a portfolio of your creative work
at the interview.